The work is figurative or abstract, often combined. Although my subject is a human being in an environment, sometimes the spectators are invited to consider themselves as the human being and only the landscape is present. The viewer is invited to explore the meaning in his or her own way because the most interesting aspect of art is what happens between the spectator and the work itself. I like working in series on a special interest at that period, mostly highly influenced by actual situations in society and in my personal life.
I love experimentation and working with other artists on small and large projects. It’s a fruitful and joyful experience which stimulates me to look to other horizons.
Global Art Project
with members of the GAP
Pushing the limits
Collaboration with a male model: Ongoing project
Landscapes: memories of a stay in Australia
Memento voor een overleden vriendin